Follow the White Rabbit

My pics and thoughts or stuff I find interesting. Art, cute animals and so on.
Here are my posts at one place.

twitter.com/LobianPhoenix:

    You know it’s already spring when it’s warm enough to let the rabbits run around outside. :)

    You know it’s already spring when it’s warm enough to let the rabbits run around outside. :)

    — 5 days ago
    #cute  #rabbit  #tattoo  #tattoed  #my post  #nature  #spring  #bunny  #alice in wonderland 
    Such a nice light. 😊

    Such a nice light. 😊

    — 3 weeks ago
    #prague  #europe  #travel  #my post  #home  #wanderlust 
    Knock, knock! Spring’s here!

    Knock, knock! Spring’s here!

    — 1 month ago
    #nature  #spring  #flowers  #snowdrop  #my post 
    Savages @ Rock Café, Prague, 2014 on Flickr.
Photo from yesterday’s gig of Savages. They were awesome, such a radiant energy!

    Savages @ Rock Café, Prague, 2014 on Flickr.

    Photo from yesterday’s gig of Savages. They were awesome, such a radiant energy!

    — 1 month ago with 1 note
    #savages  #concert  #music  #gig  #my post  #jehnny beth 
    🌲🚶🌲 (v místě Zahořany)

    🌲🚶🌲 (v místě Zahořany)

    — 1 month ago with 2 notes
    #hike  #forest  #czech  #nature  #natureporn  #my post  #treeporn 

    "By building the space with my personal, psychological experiences in everyday life, I try to visualize my inner world of which the meanings cannot be value-judged. My work, in essence, records my concerns and process of growing up. It narrates and dramatizes my life stories."—JeeYoung Lee

    Artist JeeYoung Lee’s work Stage of Mind is a series of images constructed in her tiny, room-sized studio in Seoul, South Korea. Since 2007, she has been transforming the space into wildly colorful and ephemeral dreamscapes, each scene painstakingly created by hand and without digital manipulation. Handicraft and skill aside, Lee’s work is permeated with complex layers imbued with personal meaning and symbolism. A mixture of childhood hopes and adult fears, Lee navigates her constructed landscapes as a wondering and apprehensive protagonist. Referencing everything from Korean folktales to the Bible, Stage of Mind is a blend of cultures and a psychological exploration of what it means to grow up. The surreal magic and underlying fear creates a world both strange and familiar, transforming a simple room into otherworldly spectacles of imagination.

    (Source: featureshoot.com)

    — 3 months ago
    #art  #photography  #my post 
    Summer afternoons on Flickr.My dear friend Kači posing for me again. :)

    Summer afternoons on Flickr.

    My dear friend Kači posing for me again. :)

    — 3 months ago
    #portrait  #woman  #natural  #my post  #fashion  #brunette